Group Study



Some friends and I. Midnight. April 14, 2016


Ok, so I’ve never been an advocate of this tactic until the last few minutes before exams.  I believe it’s that time when you share the basic premises of the topic with each other. But this could be a great tactic for studying throughout the semester or especially at crunch time.

Let us take a look at a few of the pros and cons of this type of study:


  1. It will keep you motivated: We all get our low moments, those times when we just can’t be bothered with this ‘school life’ but having a group creates a feeling of obligation to each other so you keep going even if it is just for the sake of everyone else.
  2. It’s an opportunity to build a great network: these people will be your friends for years to come. You may all end up in 10 different places in the world but that relationship will always be there.



  1. Can be distracting:  A number of non topical discussions may arise and trust me may take hours to end.
  2. You might end up getting more hours awake but less hours actually studying


Published by Faith

I am human patiently accepting myself. I am unapologetic about being wild, and untamed. I am always open to new things and I only accept good vibe and positive energies. I love people and life and the world is my playground. I love children, animals and elderly people. I write to express and understand my thoughts, feeling and behaviors. It's self therapy and a visualization tool. I am a selfish loner at times a very sensitive INTJ. I am an aspiring psychological disorders and consumer behavior researcher and practitioner, living with Bipolar 1.

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